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Pricking your finger and testing your blood sugar is not fun. If you are newly diabetic it can be painful, expensive, and time-consuming. Rhodes wants to encourage you to check your blood sugar as often as your doctor recommends, and perhaps even more often. Blood sugar testing is the key to good diabetes management. If you don’t know your blood sugar level, you can’t correct it. And, if you don’t check it after eating or exercise, you won’t know exactly how particular foods or activities affect your blood sugar for the next time.